Carte des marchés internationaux de contenus audiovisuels (2013)

Travail en cours / dernière mise à jour le 18/03/2013
(en rouge les marchés de 2012 pas encore programmés pour 2013)

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(en italique et en rouge les marchés de 2012 pas encore programmés pour 2013)
  1. Brazil TV Forum (BTF) – 4-5/06/2012
    Centro de Convenções Frei Caneca Consolação, São Paulo, SP, Brazil
  2. Bogota Audiovisual Market (BAM) – 9-13/07/2012
    Bogota, Colombia
  3. TIFFCOM – 23-25/10/2012
    Grand Pacific Le Daiba, Tokyo, Japan
  4. Ventana Sur – 30/11-03/12/2012
    Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  5. NATPE Miami – 28-30/01/2013
    Fontainebleau Resort Hotel, Miami, Florida, USA
  6. World Content Market Prague (WCM) – 18-20/02/2013
    Hotel NH Prague, Czech Republic
  7. Rio Contents Market (RCM) – 20-22/02/2013
    Windsor Barra Hotel, Rio, Brasil
  8. DISCOP West Asia – 5-7/03/2013
    Intercontinental Ceylan, Istanbul, Turquie
  9. HKTDC Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART) – 18-21/03/2013
    Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
  10. NAB SHOW – 6-11/04/2013
    Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  11. MIPTV – 8-11/04/2013
    Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, Cannes, France
  12. Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo – 9-13/06/2013
    Grimaldi Forum Monaco
  13. Shangai TV Festival (STF) – 10-14/06/2013
    Shangai Exhibition Center, Shanghai, China
  14. World Content Market Odessa (WCM) – 19-21/06/2013
    ОК ОДЕССА ГОТЕЛЬ, Odessa, Ukraine
  15. Istanbul TV Forum (ITVF) – 20-22/06/2013
    Haliç Kongre Merkezi, Turkey
  16. NATPE Budapest – 24-27/06/2013
    Hotel Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge, Hungary
  17. BCWW – 5-7/09/2013
    Intercontinental Seoul Coex, Seoul, South Korea
  18. Kiev Media Week (KMW) – 10-13/09/2013
    Radisson Blu Hotel, Kiev, Ukraine
  19. MIPCOM – 8-11/10/2013
    Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, Cannes, France
  20. DISCOP Africa – 6-8/11/2013
    Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa
  21. American Film Market (AFM) – 6-13/11/2013
    Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel, Santa Monica, California, USA
  22. My Content (MC) – 18-19/11/2013
    World Trade Center, Dubai
  23. World Content Market Venice (WCM) 25-27/11/2013
    Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal San Marco, Venice, Italy
  24. Asian TV Forum (ATF) – 3-6/12/2013
    Sands Expo and Convention Center, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 
  25. European Film Market (EFM) – 7-15/02/2013
    Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany
  26. Cozumel Content Market (CCM) – ../../2013
    Hotel Park Royal, Cozumel, Mexico

Geocoding tools

Here comes some webpages very usefull to geocode datas. The main purpose of it is to obtain automatically (and freely) the GPS coordinates from a list of addresses, so to be able to cross those information with quantitive or qualitative informations (demographical, financial, networks…). Once the GPS informations obtained you can use a huge range of SIG or network tools like uDig, Gephi,  QGIS, and so on…

Some tests of geo-localization with Google Maps and Batchgeo

By a kind of laziness I was searching a program allowing me to save some time on the georeferencing process. So there are some maps I did with Batchgeo from a list of  TV and film producers (app. 290 enterprises); a list of TV channels (app. 430 channels); and a list of the malls of Istanbul (89 sites). The software is supposed to geolocalize automatically the enterprises from their addresses using Googlemaps and its algorithms… I’d confess I’m not very sure of the precision of the results but it spare a lot of time at the first glimpse, at least on the technical part of georeferencing.  I’m trying to improve the quality of the datas to get a better picture…

An interesting thing is you can also transform those datas from a Google Earth format (importing the .kml files) to GIS formats (.shp and the rest) through some tricks (visibles here and there), or using GvSIG to convert the kml files…

More on Batchgeo and geolocalization from addresses : 

More on TV and Radio stats or datas :

More on Malls and towers of Istanbul :

Premiers pas sur SIG avec uDig

UDig est un logiciel de SIG en java fonctionnant sur tous les systèmes d’exploitation (Mac, Windows, Linux), en opensource. Il permet de visualiser des fichiers géographiques (.shp, .dxf, et leur bases de données attachées).

Quelques recommandations pour créer des cartes sous SIG (Système d’Information Géographique) à peu de frais :

uDig (Mac/Windows, opensource) :

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